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PASTORAL CENTER

POSITION TITLE:  Director of the Office for the Diaconate
STATUS:  Exempt
HOURS:  Full time
REPORTS TO:  Vicar for Clergy

Job Description:

The Director of the Office for the Diaconate is responsible for all matters and programs related to pre and post ordination of Deacons in the Diocese of San Diego including the formation, life, and ministry of Permanent Deacons. The Director is responsible for administrative oversight of the department, including staff supervision and budget formulation. 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assists pastors and inquirers regarding the prerequisites for formation
  • Conducts the formal screening interview of viable couples for the aspirancy in collaboration with the Diaconate Board for Admissions 
  • Directs the period of aspirancy which include the application process, discernment process, an assessment of suitability, and preparation for admission to candidacy
  • Directs the Program of Formation which includes oversight of the human/spiritual, doctrinal, pastoral, and liturgical components, periodic assessments and interviews, preparation and oversight of the liturgical rites of admission to candidacy, installation to reader, installation to acolyte, and ordination

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Skill in formation (for example religious or coaching experience)
  • Organizational skills
  • Team building and collaboration
  • Spirituality of diakonia
  • Multi-cultural
  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Education and Experience:

  • M.A. preferred
  • Experience in parish and/or diocesan ministry
  • Proven experience working with Pastors
  • Must be a Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  kkrische@sdcatholic.org 

POSITION TITLE:  Victims Assistance Coordinator
STATUS:  Exempt
HOURS:  Full time
REPORTS TO:  Vice Moderator of the Curia

Duties and Responsibilities:

Reports of Sexual Abuse by Church Ministers

  • The Victims Assistance Coordinator (VAC) receives reports of sexual abuse and sexual misconduct by promptly answering phone and e-mail messages and recording the necessary information, then notifies all appropriate officials, including Child Welfare Services and the respective law enforcement agencies.
  • The VAC offers victim and family members counseling to address the harm caused by the abuse.  
  • The VAC coordinates pastoral outreach to victim
  • The VAC cooperates with the investigator, if one has been engaged by the diocese.
  • VAC will follow up by contacting victim periodically, on an as needed basis to ensure that they are content with the pastoral outreach of the church and will contact therapist as necessary.

Support for Victims of Sexual Abuse:

  • The VAC will strive to develop support groups for victims of sexual abuse and make useful information and resources available to them.
  • The VAC will collaborate with other agencies and institutions that strive to serve the needs of sexual abuse survivors.
  • Education to Catholic Community
  • The VAC will provide information and educational opportunities to faith communities in the diocese regarding the issue of Sexual Abuse, its prevention and the Safe Environment programs implemented in the diocese.
  • The VAC will provide training and information regarding Mandated Reporting and required reporting in the diocese.
  • VAC will collaborate with other diocesan offices in the implementation and data management of the Safe Environment programs as well as participating in the training of their constituencies.

Education and Experience:

  • Graduate degree in social work, human development, or a related field
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in at least two of the following fields; counseling, working with youth and/or family services, program management experience, training development and educational programming

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Ability to work with Excel, MS Access and other database applications.
  • Bilingual English/Spanish required

Please submit cover letter and resume to: kkrische@sdcatholic.org.  In the email subject line please enter: "Victims Assistance Coordinator".  In the body of your email please include information regarding your level of education.

SCHOOLS

POSITION TITLE:  Maintenance  

HOURS: Full Time

FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt

SUPERVISED BY:  Principal/Pastor

POSITION SUMMARY:  

The maintenance position performs and supervises all aspects of cleaning and maintenance to insure a safe and efficient facility.  In conjunction with administration, maintenance oversees projects to improve the facility and grounds.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate with other maintenance workers in the repair and service of building
  • Monitor and oversee contracted services for grounds keeping, pest control, and other maintenance related services
  • Use power equipment and hand tools necessary to accomplish assigned tasks.
  • Remove, repair and replace lights and ballasts 
  • Perform general carpentry work and minor electrical repairs 
  • Perform general plumbing maintenance and repair
  • Assist in maintenance of outside grounds, including but not limited to, irrigation system repair and maintenance, pressure washing, mopping, vacuuming, raking, hedge trimming, weed removal, sweeping, leaf blowing, watering etc.
  • Assist in maintaining entire facility and all connected operations
  • Restroom restocking and cleaning as needed
  • Notify appropriate personnel of structural items or contents needing maintenance or repairs by outside contractors
  • Handle and accept deliveries inside and outside the building including water bottle delivery and placement of water bottles
  • Empty and clean trash and recycling containers
  • Assemble equipment including desks, chairs, shelves, cabinetry, etc.
  • Assist in maintaining building security by checking for unlocked gates, unsecured doors and unauthorized occupants
  • Respond to inquiries and provide information within scope of authority and knowledge
  • Painting, sanding, and stucco repair
  • Open and close buildings, set-up and removal of tables, chairs, audio and projection equipment for special events.
  • Perform duties as assigned
  • Maintain a neat and organized work center for maintenance activities and secure control of materials, providing a system to track inventory usage by project

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Previous related work experience preferred
  • Must pass a background screening
  • Strong working knowledge of repair methods, materials, tools and general practices used in maintenance such as but not limited to carpentry, electrical work, cement work, plumbing, sanitation, mechanics, locksmith, air conditioning, grounds maintenance and janitorial care
  • Ability to communicate effectively
  • Ability to perform moderate to heavy manual labor including frequent bending, walking and heavy lifting.
  • Must have a valid California driver’s license and California registered, insured vehicle
  • Must be able to move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing 50 pounds without assistance 
  • Must have the ability to work outdoors in changing weather conditions
  • Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, reach, climb ladders and work at heights
  • Must be able to make judgement calls related to emergency and safety matters
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • Must have the ability to read, write, and understand English
  • Ability to perform outlined tasks with minimum supervision

PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to safely lift, move, load, and unload equipment and supplies weighing 50 lbs
  • Frequently required to reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, twist and turn, bend at the waist, balance and climb ladders
  • Work involves frequent periods of standing and walking freely around campus, including climbing stairs and ladders

 Please email cover letter and resume to Mrs. Skeen at: mskeen@allhallows.com

Position Title:  Chief Financial Officer

Job Classification:  Full-time, Exempt and Eligible for Benefits

Reports to:  Mater Dei Catholic High School President

Compensation:  Based on experience

General Description:

The CFO is a member of the management team and serves as an advisor on business and financial matters to the President and Principal. The CFO oversees all financial and operational activities of the School’s $15 million budget.  The CFO is responsible for the following functional areas:  accounting and finance, human resources, facilities, landscaping, food services and rentals.  In partnership with the President, the CFO provides the Board of Directors with financial and other pertinent information necessary for making key decisions.  

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Administers the financial policies and procedures of the school’s business activities 
  • Prepares the annual operating and capital budgets
  • Generates financial reports and monthly financial statements to facilitate decision making
  • Assists the President in establishing and implementing short and long term financial and strategic goals, objectives, policies and procedures in partnership with the Board of Directors. 
  • Implements an effective system of internal controls
  • Assists the President with decisions related to compensation for faculty and staff and tuition increases
  • Manages the audit, banking, custodial and maintenance, landscaping, security, foundation and other key external relationships
  • Establishes processes for effective cash management and cash flow systems
  • Coordinates major projects involving the School’s facilities and campus 
  • Provides managerial oversight to the business office personnel and human resource employees  
  • Coordinates and monitors the online registration process with the Admissions Office

Qualifications:

  • 10 years of experience in a financial/operations role at an organization of similar size
  • 5+ years of managerial experience in operational/administrative management
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.  A CPA, CMA, MBA or Master of Science Degree in Business Administration or Accounting is preferred 
  • Proven track record of managing the finances of a complex organization
  • Prior experience managing facilities, human resources and other support functions
  • Analytical, detail-oriented and passionate about continuous improvement
  • Strong computer skills with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Strong business acumen and knowledge to make practical, data driven decisions
  • Flexible mindset with the ability to adapt to shifting priorities
  • Experience with non-profit accounting and endowment management a plus
  • Experience with PDS, Senior Systems Ascendance, School Admin a plus
  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church

Please submit cover letter and resume to Zury Guptill at:  zguptill@mdchs.net

Position Title:  Preschool Teacher’s Aide

Hours:   Part-Time, Mon.-Fri, 8:30am – 12:30pm

Salary:  TBD

Job Description Summary: St. Columba Preschool is seeking a part-time teacher’s Aide Monday thru Friday to assist the preschool teacher as follows: 
  

  • Assist the teacher with rest time and prep work
  • Provides children with support and care during lunchtime and rest time
  • Assure compliance with applicable state and county codes and regulations
  • Flexible and good communication skills
  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church

Requirements: 

Must meet state licensing requirements for the position: 

  • 6 ECE units or enrolled in 6 ECE units,
  • finger printing, 
  • able to pass the health examination,
  • provide immunizations, 
  • TB Testing
  • Completion of Mandated Reporter Video by CA Licensing
  • Able to sit on the floor, kneel or crouch down to assist children’s needs
  • Must be able to lift 40 pounds.

Please email cover letter, resume and a copy of transcripts to Mr. Amann:  principal@stcolumbaschool.org.  

Position Title:  Long-Term English Substitute Teacher
Courses:  Advanced Placement English and English 4
Length of Assignment:  Approx. November - February
Reports to:  Department chairperson and Principal

Description:  Cathedral Catholic High School has a need for a long-term substitute to teach one Advanced Placement English Language and Composition course and one English 4 class every other day for approximately three months.

Qualifications:  

A bachelor’s degree in English or Humanities is required
Teaching credential is preferred.


Please email cover letter and resume to the English Department chairperson, Lauri Allari at:  lallari@cathedralcatholic.org

 

Position Title:  Counselor

Counseling Job Description:
The Academy of Our Lady Peace is seeking a professional School Counselor who wants to make a positive impact on the lives of students, especially young women.  We are seeking a visionary counselor who will help implement our vision of becoming the leading high school for young women in Southern California. Specifically, the position available is expected to counselor an alphabetical section of students in grades 9-12.  

The professional School Counselor models and communicates the school mission, philosophy, and core values while modeling behavior that inspires excellence, helping students grow to become young women of heart, faith and courage in the spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Interested applicants should apply via edjoin.

School Counselors at The Academy of Our Lady of Peace, seek to aid each student in
recognizing her uniqueness and her personal worth and value in relation to her family, friends,
and the Christian community. Guidance is a part of the whole educational process.  Counselors
work closely with students, their families, teachers, and administrators to help students reach
their full potential. 

Specifically, counselors help students to:

  • Develop their academic & college goals
  • Maximize their strengths and gifts
  • Recognize and minimize their limitations
  • Become aware of alternative actions/behaviors
  • Learn effective decision making skills
  • Become responsible and independent
  • Cope with the social, moral, and spiritual dilemmas common to teenagers
  • Discover and develop their passions

Counselors provide professional assistance to the student in three domains:
Academic Development, College and Career Development, and Personal/Social 
Development.  As a result, the student explores who she is, what she values, and what she
wants to become as a human being. Each member of the school counseling department serves
the whole child. In this capacity, a school counselor must be proficient at the following services:

1. Personal Counseling:

  • Understanding self/building self-esteem   
  • Maximizing one's abilities     
  • Health problems   
  • Family concerns   
  • Interpersonal/social skills   
  • Support groups   
  • Therapeutic Referrals   
  • Resource materials   

2. Academic Counseling:  

  • Achievement and academic progress review and support    
  • Quarterly review of D/F list and meet with parents and students as needed
  • Complete academic probation contracts and share with Assistant Principal
  • Resource for tutoring services      
  • Parent/teacher/student conferences      
  • Identifying learning difficulties      
  • Coordinating classroom accommodations      
  • Coordinating home study/independent study programs      
  • Concurrent enrollment (Adult schools and/or community colleges)      
  • Study skills evaluation          

3. Academic Scheduling:    

  • Meet individually with every student to review potential course selection
  • Make schedule changes as needed 
  • Review and refer to the Course Description Guide for pre-requisite  
  • Create programming around the scheduling process to ensure a smooth registration (coordinate grade level workshops, parent programs, marketing, etc)
  • Communicate with academic departments and administration with questions or concerns 

4. College & Career Counseling:    

  • College selection and admissions procedures   
  • Write Letters of Recommendation    
  • College Information Presentations for Parents/Students      
  • Individual student meetings for college preparation      
  • Arranging for college representatives to visit campus      
  • Maintain resource materials/college catalogs      
  • Provide information about testing procedures, interpretations, and timelines (AP, SAT, ACT, etc)
  • Coordinate early testing programs such as PSAT, Pre-ACT        
  • Provide students with career planning assessments & interpretation
  • Explore career options resources      
  • Offer workshops to support student understanding about career environments using current career trends (Holland Codes, Myers Briggs, etc)
  • Supervision and administration of scholarship resources (currently through Naviance
  • Collect and maintain historical data on college admissions decisions via Naviance including administering the senior graduation survey       

5. Referrals:    

  • Tutoring programs      
  • Psychological services and agencies      
  • Therapists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists      
  • Child Welfare programs      
  • Alcohol and other drug counseling programs           

Additionally, counselors should be aware of the following support programs. Generally, however, one counselor is identified as the point of contact for the following programs.
                  
6. Advanced Placement Testing Program            

7.  Sisters and Scholars Coordinator:

  • Coordinate services for students with documented learning differences

DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO: Counseling Department Chairperson and the Assistant Principal for Curriculum & Instruction

Qualifications:

  • 1.    Master’s degree in counseling or related field
  • 2.    Prefer 3+ years counseling at a high school level
  • 3.    Must have a California PPS (Pupil Personnel Services) Credential; or be in the process of earning the credential
  • 4.    Evidence of knowledge of counseling support in the three domains: Academic, College/Career, and Personal/Social

School Profile:
OLP is a school of 750 students and a diverse educational community that strives to educate young women to the needs of society. As a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) school, OLP places a strong emphasis on 21st-century learning skills across the curriculum. The professional culture at OLP is committed to continuous improvement and lifelong learning. Students are passionate about being involved in the school community, and OLP prides itself on graduating women leaders who are making a difference in STEAM fields. 

Candidates should currently possess or be working towards a California Pupil Personnel Services credential and should have earned at least a Master's degree in the study of counseling.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Placement on the faculty salary schedule is based on education and experience.

Find out more about our school at www.aolp.org.

Required Documents: 

At the time of submitting your application, OLP requires both a cover letter and resume, along with three references from supervisors who have seen your work directly, a CA PPS credential, or proof of current enrollment in an accredited credential program.  Upon hiring you will be required to complete a TB test, Livescan fingerprinting, and provide all official transcripts.

Position Title:  Custodian
Hours:  Part-Time, (10:30am – 2:30pm)
Rate of Pay:  Based on experience and skill level
Reports to:  Principal

School of the Madeleine in Bay Park/S. Clairemont area has an immediate opening for a part-time maintenance custodian position.

Responsibilities: 

  • Cleaning and maintenance of the school grounds and buildings
  • Able to fix small repairs
  • Work on minor electrical jobs

Qualifications:

  • Self-starter
  • Team player
  • Able to adapt to changing priorities  
  • Must be able to multi task
  • Fingerprinting with clearance by FBI and DOJ
  • TB test must be completed prior to hiring

You may direct any questions or submit your resume to Marisa Amann at 619-276-6545 ext. 228 or mamann@schoolofthemadeleine.com

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teacher Assistant
HOURS:  Part Time: M-F (19 hrs. per week, 8:30 am – 12:15 pm)
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
SALARY RANGE: $12.00 to $13.00 DOE
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director
JOB OPENING:  September, 2018

Position Summary:

If you have a passion for working with children, provide the best education and care for the students, work collaboratively, and to be a part of establishing a newly built preschool and creating a beautiful catholic community, we want you to be a part of our team.
 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Teacher to create and deliver lesson plans, and assist with school curriculum
  • Oversees outdoor activities ensuring a safe environment for the children always
  • Assist with breaks
  • Assist the teacher with rest time set up and prep work
  • Provides children with support and care during lunchtime
  • Respecting and honoring the needs of the individual children with concern for their interests, special needs, talents, and individual style and pace of learning 
  • Considering individual children in relationship to their cultural and socioeconomic background
  • Able to sit on the floor, kneel or crouch down to assist children’s needs
  • Must be enthusiastic, patient and nurturing 
  • Treating children with dignity and respect
  • Assuming an equal share of the joint housekeeping responsibilities of the staff after the children have either departed or are under the supervision of another teacher 
  • Flexibility in working with others in a variety of circumstances
  • Participating in recommended training programs, conferences, courses and other aspects of professional growth 
  • Participating in public relations events sponsored by the school but not limited to; shall include Back to School Night, Fall Festival, Christmas program, Open Houses, and school fundraisers
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications/Requirements to Apply:

  • Completed 12 ECE units or completed a minimum of 6 ECE units and enrolled in 6 ECE units
  • Submit a cover letter, resume and copy of transcripts
  • Previous experience in a licensed preschool or early development center (preferred)

Requirements upon hire:

  • Fingerprint Background Clearance, proof of immunizations, proof of completion of Mandated Reporter video (CA Licensing) and cleared TB test to work in a Licensed Child Care Facility 

Applicant's Character Traits:

  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Passion to work with young children and desire to grow as an educator
  • Works well with others
  • Has a positive attitude and enthusiasm 

Please submit Cover Letter, Resume and Copy of Transcripts to:  Amy Igou, Preschool Director at aigou@stggcs.org

 

POSITION TITLE: Preschool Teacher (3-year-old)
HOURS:  Full Time: M-F (7:30 am – 4:30 pm)
FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
SALARY RANGE: $14.00 to $16.00 per hour DOE
REPORTS TO: Preschool Director
JOB OPENING: August/September, 2018

Position Summary: If you have a passion for working with children, provide the best education and care for the students, work collaboratively, and to be a part of establishing a newly built preschool and creating a beautiful catholic community, we want you to be a part of our team.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervising and implementing the program for the class in accordance with the policies and philosophy of St. Gregory the Great Catholic Preschool
  • Respecting and honoring the needs of the individual children with concern for their interests, special needs, talents, and individual style and pace of learning 
  • Considering individual children in relationship to their cultural and socioeconomic background. 
  • Must be organized, creative, enthusiastic, patient and nurturing 
  • Provides care, safety and support to children
  • Treating children with dignity and respect
  • Helping children to become aware of their roles as integral member of a group 
  • Being responsible for the ordered arrangement, appearance, decor and learning environment of the classroom 
  • Uses circle time and centers according to lesson plan and varies the instructional materials as needed
  • Has experience teaching OR desire to teach and model Catholic values
  • Flexibility in working with others in a variety of circumstances
  • Assuming an equal share of the joint housekeeping responsibilities of the staff after the children have either departed or are under the supervision of another teacher 
  • Participating in recommended training programs, conferences, courses and other aspects of professional growth 
  • Assisting in the ongoing evaluation procedures needed to assess the development levels of the children 
  • Participating in public relations events sponsored by the school but not limited to; shall include Back to School Night, Fall Festival, Christmas program, Open Houses, and school fundraisers
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

Requirements to Apply:

  • Must have completed 12 ECE units or higher
  • At least 2 years working as a preschool teacher
  • Must submit a cover letter, resume and copy of transcripts
  • Must submit a minimum of 2 professional references (Requirements upon hire)

Requirements upon hire:

  • Fingerprint Background Clearance, CPR and First Aid, proof of immunizations, proof of completion of Mandated Reporter video (CA Licensing) and cleared TB test to work in a Licensed Child Care Facility 

Applicant's Character Traits:

  • Familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Passion to work with young children and desire to grow as an educator
  • Works well with others
  • Has a positive attitude and enthusiasm

 Please forward resume and cover letter to Amy Igou, Preschool Director at: aigou@stggcs.org

Position Title: Preschool Teacher

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Reports to: Preschool Director

Hours: Full-time 40 hours per week (10 mos-contract)

Compensation: Commensurate with Experience

Position Summary:

Candidate is responsible for the general supervision and management of a class consisting of twelve children between the ages of two and five years (August 21, 2018 – June 8, 2019)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ability to respond to requests in a timely manner
  • Ability to adjust to unexpected changes in the classroom routine or schedule
  • Team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Supervise and direct activities of preschool students
  • Create appropriate and creative lesson plans for all students
  • Assist in parent teacher conferences and communication
  • Provide adequate supervision and leadership for assigned classroom aide

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Maintains the highest level of confidentiality and discretion at all times.  Observant, with non-disclosure agreement of anything learned in the workplace (conversations, work material – electronic or written)
  • Personal initiative to maintain and provide professional upkeep of the entire campus and all facilities
  • Professional communication (at all times) with preschool families and all staff as you are a representative of St. Mary Preschool, Parish and School
  • Teaches with creativity and imagination and uses effective time and classroom management abilities
  • Develop weekly lesson plans with clearly stated goals and objectives
  • Follow the approved curriculum assigned by the director of the preschool
  • Communications, oral and written, which are cordial, positive, and open to dialogue encouraging resolution of conflicts, and a clear exchange of ideas and opinions

Education/Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED and completed at least twelve units in Child Development
  • Minimum one-year of experience working in a child care center
  • Child Abuse Index Check
  • DOJ background check and cleared TB test required
  • Transcripts
  • Proficient with computers, Microsoft office suite, overhead projectors, document camera, iPad and other electronic equipment 
  • Comfortable with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and Google Drive Bilingual preferred – Ability to use correct oral and written English and Spanish, including grammar, spelling punctuation and vocabulary, reading and writing communications skills: and interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy

Roman Catholic:

Applicant should be a practicing Catholic, following the basic tenets of the Catholic Church and adhering to a moral life style, as described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church

Please submit cover letter, resume and 3 letters of recommendation to: mrs.gray@stmesc.org

In the subject line of your email please reference "ST MARY PRESCHOOL - TEACHER"

Position will remain open until filled.

 

Position Title: Preschool Teacher/Aide 

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Reports to: Preschool Director

Hours: Part-time 10 -12 hours per week (10 mos-contract)

Compensation: Commensurate with Experience

Position Summary: Candidate is responsible for assisting with general supervision and management of a class consisting of twelve children between the ages of two and five years (August 21, 2018 – June 8, 2019)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ability to respond to requests in a timely manner
  • Ability to adjust to unexpected changes in the classroom routine or schedule
  • Team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Prepare morning/afternoon snack and prepaid lunches
  • Supervise and direct activities of preschool students
  • Create appropriate and creative lesson plans for all students
  • Assist in parent teacher conferences and communication
  • Provide adequate supervision and leadership for assigned classroom aide

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Maintains the highest level of confidentiality and discretion at all times.  Observant, with
  • non-disclosure agreement of anything learned in the workplace (conversations, work material – electronic or written)
  • Personal initiative to maintain and provide professional upkeep of the entire campus and all facilities
  • Professional communication (at all times) with preschool families and all staff as you are a representative of  St. Mary Preschool, Parish and School
  • Teaches with creativity and imagination and uses effective time and classroom management abilities
  • Develop weekly lesson plans with clearly stated goals and objectives
  • Follow the approved curriculum assigned by the director of the preschool
  • Communications, oral and written, which are cordial, positive, and open to dialogue encouraging resolution of conflicts, and a clear exchange of ideas and opinions

Education/Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED and completed at least twelve units in Child Development
  • Minimum one-year of experience working in a child care center
  • Child Abuse Index Check
  • DOJ background check and cleared TB test required
  • Transcripts
  • Proficient with computers, Microsoft office suite, overhead projectors, document camera, iPad and other electronic equipment 
  • Comfortable with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and Google Drive 
  • Bilingual preferred – Ability to use correct oral and written English and Spanish, including grammar, spelling punctuation and vocabulary, reading and writing communications skills: and interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
  • Roman Catholic: Applicant should be a practicing Catholic, following the basic tenets of the Catholic Church and adhering to a moral life style, as described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church

Please submit cover letter, resume, and 3 letters of recommendation to: mrs.gray@stmesc.org

In the subject line of your email please reference "ST MARY PRESCHOOL - PT TEACHER/AIDE"

Position available and open until filled.

POSITION TITLE:  Closing Preschool Teacher

HOURS:  2:10-6:00 PM, Monday - Friday, 19.5 Hrs a week

HOURLY WAGE:  $11.00/hour

JOB DESCRIPTION:  

Closing Teacher needed from 2:10-6 daily, Monday - Friday. This position is a 12 month program for the 2018-2019 school year.  The teacher would supervise a very small group of children 2-5 years old (Potty trained). This time consists of indoor and outdoor play as well as art projects at the teacher's discretion. 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Must provide transcripts showing at least 12 units of Child Development courses
  • Must include the core courses: Human Growth & Development, Child, Family & Community and two-curriculum courses in Child Development
  • Must be able to collaborate, plan, and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum
  • Must be reliable and work effectively in a team environment
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • Must have strong communication skills, reliable transportation, flexible schedule, and positive work ethic
  • Personal integrity, credibility, and a commitment to the mission and goals of our preschool

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must successfully pass a current criminal background check clearance and submit a signed criminal record statement form prior to employment
  • Must have a physical examination and TB clearance as required from state and federal regulations within seven (7) days of hire
  • Valid CPR and First Aid preferred
  • Able to lift up to 40 pound
  • Light housekeeping

Please email your resume to: Preschool Director Erin Marshall, emarshall@saintkierancatholicschool.org

POSITION TITLE:  Music Teacher & Coordinator 

        
The Academy of Our Lady Peace is seeking a Music teacher who wants to make a positive impact on the lives of students, especially young women.  We are seeking visionary teachers who will help implement our vision of becoming the leading high school for young women in Southern California. Specifically, the position available is expected to teach Advanced Choral Ensemble, AP Music Theory, Beginning Music Theory, and Instrumental Ensemble while also providing support for school musical programs. 

The Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP), a Catholic, college-preparatory school for girls in the CSJ tradition, located in San Diego, is currently seeking to hire a full-time Music teacher for the 2018-2019 school year, to begin onsite August 6, 2018.

OLP is a school of 750 students and a diverse educational community that strives to educate young women to the needs of society. As a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) school, OLP places a strong emphasis on 21st-century learning skills across the curriculum. The professional culture at OLP is committed to continuous improvement and lifelong learning. Students are passionate about being involved in the school community, and OLP prides itself on graduating women leaders who are making a difference in STEAM fields.


The classroom teacher both models and communicates the school mission, philosophy, and core values while modeling behavior that inspires excellence, helping students grow to become young women of heart, faith and courage in the spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph.


**Interested applicants should apply via edjoin**  

   
Essential Responsibilities

  • Teaches the knowledge and skills in the music curriculum to students including music understanding/appreciation, harmony, voice, tempo, tone, and rhythm skills.
  • Train, rehearse and lead students in school music programs (liturgy choir, school musical drama, Winter Pops Concert, Spring Concert, the annual Spring Sing tradition and other events).
  • Develop and maintain an effective music educational program for students.
  • Evaluate student performance and provide feedback and assistance to improve their musical skills and knowledge.
  • Maintain a safe and positive learning environment for students.
  • Maintain student grading and attendance records.
  • Evaluate student progress and ensure that they complete required assignments.
  • Participates in all school meetings, training, and orientations.
  • Cooperates in school-wide supervision of students.
  • Embraces a growth mindset approach to education, helping students develop through trial and error.
  • Actively seeks to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all students.
  • Pursues professional growth opportunities and returns to share knowledge and methodology with faculty and staff wherever relevant.
  • Adapts to the changing needs of students and use of space and time in ways that will help prepare students for a changing, evolving future.
  • Proactively seeks innovative techniques related to methodology, curriculum, assessment, use of data and professional growth and brings a positive attitude toward experimentation and modification of “traditional” teaching techniques.
  • Works collaboratively with colleagues.
  • Participates actively in the life of the school community in a manner which supports and promotes the mission and core values of the Academy of Our Lady of Peace.

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Effectively manages instructional time and student behavior.
  • Plans diverse lessons that ensure student comprehension of learning outcomes.
  • Uses diverse assessments that capture student comprehension of content in a variety of ways.
  • Records assignments in LMS in a timely fashion.
  • Communicates with department chairs, academic support, personal counselors, students and parents in a timely fashion when students are at risk academically or personally.
  • Cooperates with appropriate personnel (e.g., Assistant Principals, Attendance Officer) in enforcing school policies, rules and regulations.   
  • Participates in activities, workshops, professional development and meetings as required.

Fulfills duties and assignments in a punctual manner. This includes but is not limited to the following:      

  • arrival/departure on campus and to school functions as required faculty substitute procedure
  • grades and progress reports
  • notification of Main Office of departure/return during school day proctor duties
  • school services

Supervision duty

  • Assists in maintaining a safe, clean and friendly campus environment
  • monitors appropriate student use of facilities
  • monitors student behavior
  • Cooperates with and supports the Administration
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Principal and Assistant Principal
  • Provides appropriate instruction in specified curriculum and instructional feedback Effectively monitors and evaluates student performance
  • Maintains professional standards within the educational environment
  • Fulfills professional growth expectations

Qualifications

  • Bachelors in subject area
  • Prefer 3+ years teaching music at a high school level
  • Prefer Teaching credentials
  • Evidence of knowledge of music curriculum and the ability to implement it.        
  • Candidates should currently possess or be working towards a California teaching credential and should have earned at least a bachelor's degree in the study of music.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Placement on the teacher salary schedule is based on education and experience.


Find out more about our school at www.aolp.org.


Required Documents:  At the time of submitting your application, OLP requires both a cover letter and resume, along with three references from supervisors who have seen your work directly, a CA teaching credential, or proof of current enrollment in an accredited credential program.   Upon hiring you will be required to complete a TB test, Livescan fingerprinting, and provide all official transcripts.

Closing Teacher Needed for the 2018-19 School year. 
3-6 pm Monday-Friday, $12/hour
Following the traditional school year


QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Must provide transcripts showing at least 12 units of Child Development courses.
  • Must be able to collaborate, plan, and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum
  • Must be reliable and work effectively in a team environment
  • Professional appearance and demeanor
  • Personal integrity, credibility, and a commitment to the mission and goals of our preschool.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

  • Must successfully pass a current criminal background check clearance and submit a signed criminal record statement form prior to employment
  • Must have a physical examination and TB clearance as required from state and federal regulations within seven (7) days of hire
  • Valid CPR and First Aid preferred

For immediate consideration, please email your resume to preschooldirector@saintcharlesacademy.com

Positions available in the Diocese of San Diego Schools.

https://www.edjoin.org/Home/Jobs?countyID=0&districtID=6141

 

 

 

PARISHES

Position Title: Director of Maintenance
Hours: Full-Time
FLSA Status: Exempt
Reports to: Director of Operations

Mission:

To keep the Mission open, creating a beautiful, safe, clean place where The Creator is reflected in the beauty of creation.  The DOM will lead a staff in the upkeep, repairs, and improvements at this large facility.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the grounds and buildings
  • Clearly Communicate with The Director of Operations, the Executive Director and the Parish Facility Manager
  • Manage, motivate, train and coordinate maintenance staff at MSLR
  • Negotiate best price for services and products
  • Develop and organize work order list
  • Maintain records
  • Provide guests and internal customers excellent service
  • Successfully manage priorities and avoid distractions

Key Measurements:

  • Appearance of grounds
  • Facility operates smoothly & crises are resolved professionally
  • Financial: meets budget
  • Quality of customer service and care
  • Quality of communication & interpersonal skills

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years management experience
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Comfortable in, and respectful of, a Franciscan environment and the Catholic Faith
  • 5+ years of electrical, plumbing and general construction experience
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish)
  • Ability to create and maintain records

Please submit cover letter and resume to: lee@sanluisrey.org

POSITION TITLE: Coordinator of Youth and Young Adult Ministries
HOURS:  Full-time. 
STATUS:  Exempt.  
REPORTS TO: DCM and Pastor.

Job Description:

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church is seeking a faithful, energetic and leadership minded person to coordinate Youth and Young Adult ministries in the parish.  This person will build upon a strong program of youth ministry to help form our young people in the Catholic faith.  

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinates religious education programs in Middle School and High School including the two year sacramental formation for the sacrament of confirmation.
  • Works with the Diocesan Office of Young Adult ministry to facilitate events in the North County and at St. Elizabeth for young adults.
  • Trains young people to form a Core Team of leaders for the program of youth ministry.
  • Coordinates youth ministry events that help young people to grow in the Catholic faith.
  • Recruits and oversees adult ministers to work with youth.
  • Communicates with and works together with the parents of youth.
  • Oversees the Safe Environment protocols of the Diocese of San Diego.
  • Participates in Diocesan events and works with the Diocesan office of Youth Ministry.
  • Oversees and manages the budget for youth ministries.

Qualifications:

  • College degree in religious education, youth ministry or catechetics preferred.
  • Experience in working with youth and young adults.
  • Safe Environment training and qualification.
  • Full understanding and faithful agreement with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Works well with Director of Catechetical Ministries, Clergy and Parish Staff.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Fr. Michael Robinson at:  frmichaelrob@gmail.com.

POSTION TITLE: School of Religion and Campus Ministry Coordinator
FLSA STATUS: Full time, non-exempt
REPORTS TO: Pastor

POSITION SUMMARY:

Provides leadership and oversees the School of Religion and Campus Ministry. The School of Religion encompasses youth sacramental preparation (First Reconciliation, Communion and High School Confirmation), as well as on-going faith formation of children, pre-teens and teens. The primary focus of Campus Ministry is to form young people as intentional disciples of Jesus Christ; drawing them to responsible age appropriate participation in the life, mission and work of the Church as stewards and leaders; and fostering the spiritual growth of each young person.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Participate in regular meetings with the Pastor, staff, Pastoral Council, Stewardship and Vocation Committees in working for the good of the entire parish.
  • Collaborates with parish staff and volunteers in the development of philosophy of catechesis, sacramental preparation, and Campus Ministry, including needs assessment, goal setting, and the evaluation and implementation of programs.
  • Recruits, assists in the formation of, manages, and evaluates volunteer personnel needed for
  • various faith formation processes (catechists, assistants, substitutes, sponsors, etc.).
  • Coordinates a series of gatherings and retreat days for parents, godparents and families to assist them as they lead their children in the preparation for the reception of the sacraments.
  • Staff support to the Parent Catechist Group (PCG).
  • Plans and coordinates Vacation Bible School (VBS) and Night in Bethlehem.
  • Engages the School of Religion and Campus Ministry in all parish events and celebrations: Parish Fiesta, Fall Festival, Penance Service, Holy Week, May Crowning, etc.
  • Communicates with staff, participants, parents, and the parish-at-large regarding all aspects of faith formation and sacramental preparation processes. 
  • Keeps the pastor, staff, parents, parishioners, adult leaders and volunteers informed of programs, social, service and event opportunities through distribution of calendar and use of various approved social media communication outlets.
  • Gives input regarding budgetary needs, program planning and scheduling, procedures and
  • policies for the faith formation processes of children and youth.
  • Strives to be a resource person for the parish staff and families on issues related to catechetical and sacramental ministry to children and youth.
  • Provides materials for catechists and assistants, as needed.
  • Ensures the reservation and readiness of facilities used for the School of Religion and Campus Ministry. Adjusts program components (space, time, materials, etc.), as needed.
  • Promotes the existence of a safe environment for children and youth at all times.
  • Ensures all School of Religion and Campus Ministry volunteers are current in Diocesan Safe Environment training.
  • Coordinates liturgical and other prayer experiences as needed for volunteers and others involved in the School of Religion and Campus Ministry.
  • Performs other duties as requested by the Pastor.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT / AVAILABILITY / GUIDELINES:

  • Forty core visible hours per week, to include weekends and evenings but will also need a flexible element as directed by the Pastor, including time to be available to the parents, children and youth at times that are more convenient for them.
  • Occasional overtime (hours beyond 40 core visible hours).
  • Functions according to the policies of Saint Pius X Personnel Policies and applicable canon/civil law.

EDUCATION / TRAINING / EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a leadership capacity.
  • Complies or exceeds the diocesan certification standards.
  • Experience working in a “team” environment; demonstrable work with volunteers.
  • Ability to communicate regularly and effectively both orally and in writing.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • A practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.
  • Be a self-starter who is disciplined, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate and work well with staff and parishioners.
  • Possess excellent planning, organizational, leadership, teambuilding and collaborative skills.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English desired but not required.
  • Proficiency in computer technology: email communication, approved social media, data entry, word processing (Microsoft Office).

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER NOTICE

The job duties, elements, responsibilities, skills, functions, experience, educational factors, and the requirements and conditions listed in the job description are representative only and not exhaustive of the tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Saint Pius X reserves the right to revise this job description at any time to require employees to perform other tasks as circumstances or conditions of its operation and/or the work environment change.

Applications are only accepted by submitting a cover letter, resume and references to:  wsmirniotis@saintpiusx.org  

POSITION TITLE: Liturgy Coordinator and Assistant Stewardship Coordinator
REPORTS TO: Pastor, Stewardship Coordinator
FLSA STATUS: Part-time

POSITION SUMMARY:

The task of coordinating the liturgy encompasses more than the duties of a sacristan. It requires knowledge of liturgy and a deep concern for all the ministers who make the celebration possible. The ability to instruct, organize and enable is the hallmark of a good liturgical coordinator. He or she must effectively shape the various ministries to function as a unit in service to the one body of Christ.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Participate in regular meetings with the Pastor, staff, Stewardship, Vocation and Liturgy and Worship Committees in working for the good of the entire parish.
  • Parish resource for the planning and execution of parish liturgies including but not limited to, sacramental worship services (First Reconciliation, First Holy Communion, Confirmation) and cultural celebrations (Simbang Gabi, Posada). 
  • Coordinates the process of liturgical preparation with clergy, staff, ministry leaders and coordinators.
  • Prepare the binders used at Mass for Priest and Commentators
  • Maintains the inventory of all materials for church celebrations: candles, wine, hosts, vessels, novenas, etc.
  • Oversees the various liturgical environment committees in planning and preparation of the worship space for seasons and other occasions.
  • Coordinates weddings and quinceañera, gathering paperwork, making sure all requirements are met, assisting at the liturgy and rehearsal if there is one.
  • Communicates with all whose work affects or is affected by liturgical celebrations:  maintenance staff, Catholic School, School of Religion, Campus Ministry and liturgical ministry coordinators (Sacristans, Altar Servers, Hospitality, Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Choirs, Environment, Knights of Columbus Color Corp, etc.).
  • Oversees scheduling of liturgical celebrations and services with the Pastor to ensure the integrity of the liturgical year.
  • Oversees the sacramental records including notifications to ensure integrity.
  • Ensures that the liturgical norms and laws of the Church are followed in the parish.
  • Assists the Stewardship Coordinator in fostering a culture of engagement in the life ofthe parish, and creating an atmosphere of welcome, hospitality and harmony especially to guests and new parishioners.
  • Publicizes diocesan and regional workshop opportunities for ongoing liturgical formation for ministers.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT / AVAILABILITY / GUIDELINES:

  • Nineteen core visible hours per week to include weekends and evenings but will also need a flexible element as directed by the Pastor.
  • Occasional overtime (hours beyond 19 visible hours).
  • Functions according to the policies of Saint Pius X Personnel Policies and applicable canon/civil law.

EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  • Associate degree or equivalent experience in a Catholic environment as a liturgical minister or equivalent.
  • Bilingual (English-Spanish) preferred but not required.
  • Proficiency in computer technology: internet, website, social media, Microsoft, Apple, Office 365.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • Must be a fully-initiated, practicing Catholic in good standing with thorough knowledge and familiarity with the organizational structure and practices of the Roman Catholic Church, its teaching and rite.
  • Professional bearing; clean and neat personal appearance.
  • Welcoming personality with an ability to get along with many different types of people and with all ages.
  • Be a self-starter who is disciplined, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate and work well with staff and parishioners.
  • Ability to follow up oral and written instructions; adapt to changing schedules, priorities and environments.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER NOTICE

The job duties, elements, responsibilities, skills, functions, experience, educational factors, and the requirements and conditions listed in the job description are representative only and not exhaustive of the tasks that an employee may be required to perform. Saint Pius X reserves the right to revise this job description at any time to require employees to perform other tasks as circumstances or conditions of its operation and/or the work environment change.

Applications are only accepted by submitting a cover letter, resume and references to:  wsmirniotis@saintpiusx.org  

POSITION TITLE:  Youth Ministry Coordinator
STATUS: Exempt
REPORTS TO: Parish Administrator
HOURS: Full Time, 35 Hours per week
RATE OF PAY: To be Determined

Job Description:

To act as a liaison between the Parish Administrator, parents and their adolescents to coordinate programs for Confirmation (High School aged) students.  Have a duty to acquire the appropriate formation, which the role demands, so that they may conscientiously, earnestly and diligently fulfill this role.

Major Areas of Responsibilities:

  • To be a liaison between their immediate supervisor, the Parish Administrator, parents of youth and the parish family.
  • Prepare the youth for the Sacrament of Confirmation, during the 2-Year Conformation Program.
  • Encourage and invite youth to attend events throughout the Diocese and other Catholic events.
  • To faithfully represent the teachings of the Catholic Church with integrity in word and action.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Schedule and plan a comprehensive youth ministry based on the Diocese of San Diego Confirmation Program Guidelines.
  • Recruit, train and develop a youth ministry advisory council (Core Team) that consists of young people and adults.  Core Team will assist in the scheduling and planning for a comprehensive ministry to youth.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Possess an understanding of scriptural concepts such as discipleship and conversion; outreach, relationship building, symbols, and storytelling; foundations of youth retreats, prayer and liturgy; current catechetical methods as it applies to youth ministry.
  • Be able to utilize effective communications skills. 
  • Be certified or working towards certification as set forth by the Diocese of San Diego. 
  • Open to continuing education opportunities while serving in ministry in the parish.

If you are interested in the above position, please contact:  Fr. Tom Kiely at 619-224-2746

POSTION TITLE: Coordinator Faith Formation of Children

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt

HOURS: Fulltime (30-35 hours)

Position Summary:

Saint Peter the Apostle Parish in Fallbrook has an opening for Coordinator of Faith Formation of Children in English and Spanish.  The Coordinator of Faith Formation for Children (FFC) provides vision and coordination for the parish’s ministry to children of the parish. The Coordinator collaborates with Parish Staff and Lay Leadership in the implementation of Faith Formation for Pre-School, Kindergarten, Elementary aged children and the RCIC.    

Requirements

  • A practicing Catholic who is committed to the mission of the Church.
  • Working knowledge of the Catholic Church
  • College Degree (or its experience equivalent)
  • Basic Catechist Certification
  • Be proficient in English and Spanish (communication skills: verbal and written)
  • Able to collaborate well with staff and parishioners
  • Be a self-starter; well organized;
  • Proficiency in computer technology: email communication, social media, data entry, word-processing (Microsoft Office)

Responsibilities

  •  Faith Formation Programs for pre-school, kindergarten and elementary aged children
  • First Penance and Communion Program  
  • Vacation Bible School
  • Children’s Liturgy of the Word (Sundays)
  • Parent Orientation and Formation
  • Recruitment, training, supporting, and evaluating catechists
  • Serving as the liaison with the Diocesan Office of Evangelization and Catechesis
  • Meet regularly with Pastor
  • Attend all Pastoral Staff Meetings
  • Communicate to staff and parish about FFC ministry & activities
  • Attend Pastoral Council and Stewardship Committee Meetings
  • Other duties as assigned 

Please submit a cover letter, resume and references to:  pastor@stpeter-fallbrook.org

Fr. Ramón R, Marrufo, Pastor

Saint Peter the Apostle Parish

450 S. Stage Coach Lane

Fallbrook, California 92028

Telephone:  760.689.6200

Fax: 760.689.6230

POSITION TITLE:  Director for Catechetical Ministry                        
FLSA STATUS:  Non-exempt
REPORTS TO:  Pastor                            
HOURS:  Full time, 35 hours per wk.

Santa Sophia Parish seeks a full-time Director for Catechetical Ministry (DCM) to serve the parish community of Santa Sophia. The candidate for this position would be responsible for overseeing the ongoing Faith Formation of Preschool, Elementary, Junior High, Sacramental preparation for First Reconciliation, First Communion Candidates, RCIA adapted for Children and family catechesis. A primary focus will be forming young people as disciples of Jesus Christ; drawing them to responsible age appropriate participation in the life, mission and work of the Church; and fostering the spiritual growth of each young person.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Organizing and supervising faith formation staff, catechists and volunteers.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Experience working in a “team” environment; Communicate regularly with Parish Staff
  • Directing sacramental preparation programs (RCIA Adapted for Children, First Reconciliation, First Communion) in collaboration with parish staff and volunteers
  • Assisting and resourcing catechists, parents, and ministry coordinators
  • Maintaining records and aid in the certification of Catechists
  • Training and ongoing formation of catechists and volunteers for Catechetical and Sacramental Ministry
  • Budgeting of parish resources for maximum efficiency
  • Assisting the pastor on special projects

FUNCTIONAL DUTIES:

PARISH:

Participate in regular meetings with the Pastor and parish staff as needed. DCM strives to be a resource person for the parish staff and families on issues related to children’s catechetical and sacramental Ministry. Duties of the DCM include but not limited to: selecting curriculum, teaching materials and resources for the catechetical program; support and implement diocesan and parish Safe Environment policies. DCM will coordinate and plan sacramental worship services including First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion.

CATECHIST AND VOLUNTEER TEAM:

Recruiting and training adult leaders and catechists. The DCM must help recruit, train, support and evaluate volunteers in Faith Formation programs. Make sure that Catechetical ministry staff has completed Safe Environment background screening. Help to meet the Spiritual needs and the spiritual hungers of the adults in their journey to Know Christ. Provide support as they share in accompanying our children as Disciples. Keep parents, parishioners, adult leaders informed of programs, social, service and event opportunities through distribution of calendar and use of various approved social media communication outlets
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SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION AND RCIA ADAPTED FOR CHILDREN:

The DCM is responsible for directing all Sacramental Preparation of children, to include First Reconciliation, First Communion and RCIA Adapted for Children. The DCM will oversee these programs and coordinate a series of gatherings and retreat days for parents and or families to assist them as they lead their children in the preparation for the reception of the sacraments. 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND SPIRITUAL GROWTH:

The DCM should comply with the diocesan certification standards of maintaining the appropriate amount of hours to remain certifiable. The DCM is to participate in diocesan sponsored events such as: in-services, workshops, conferences, courses, etc. and attend one spiritual retreat as approved by Pastor

WORK SCHEDULE:

Schedule will have a set schedule of weekly gatherings but will also need a flexible element as directed by the pastor. Work schedule will include Sundays and some evenings. The DCM should include time to be available to the parents, children and parishioners at times that is more convenient for them.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies, Pastoral Theology, Catechetics or equivalent, such as: Diocesan Institute Ministry Certificate in Catechetical Ministry.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in parish catechetical ministry in a leadership capacity.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • A practicing Roman Catholic in good standing with the Church.
  • Possess the Basic Catechist Certification
  • Knowledge of Catholic doctrine, the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other relevant Church and Catechetical Documents.
  • Leadership and teambuilding abilities to direct religious education and Sacramental preparation programs.
  • Be a self-starter who is disciplined, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with others.
  • Possess excellent planning, organizational, leadership and collaborative skills.
  • Bilingual in Spanish and English desired but not required.
  • Computer literate in Microsoft Office and comfortable with Apple operating system.
  • Must have current technology and social media knowledge.

Please submit cover letter, resume and references to: FrDevdas@santasophia.org

OTHER

POSITION TITLE: Facilities and Operations Manager
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
HOURS: 40 + hours per week 
SALARY: $54,000 to $64,800                 
 
Job Description:

Consults on a variety of activities related to Catholic Charities facilities and operations management.   Assist the Executive Director with special projects as requested.

Finanacial Responsibilities: 

Review, monitor and approve expenditures to ensure spending is within approved budgets. Prepare and maintain facility-operating budgets for all appropriate locations.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

Directly supervises employees in the Facilities and IT Departments.  Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include developing annual department budget in partnership with the Executive Director, interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBLITIES:

Facilities Operations and Maintenance:

  • Develop and maintain preventative maintenance programs for all locations based on approved budget.
  • Oversee and monitor all vendor contracts at appropriate locations.
  • Develop and maintain records of alarm systems, contracts and emergency numbers for all locations.  Serve as agency contact for alarm companies.
  • Monitor utility use and energy conservation measures at appropriate locations.
  • Supervise and maintain records for all telephone maintenance and repairs.
  • Conduct semi-annual inspections of all agency properties to ensure any safety hazards or maintenance problems are repaired.
  • Schedule and monitor evacuation drills at all appropriate locations. Coordinate fire extinguisher training for all locations.
  • Develop and maintain a log of work requests and follow-up to ensure they are completed in a timely manner.
  • Oversee and supervise the cleaning services/staff at locations where appropriate.
  • Respond to telephone calls for in-kind donations and arrange for pick-up when required.
  • Write or contribute to grant writing as directed by the Executive Director.
  • Supervise and maintain records for all telephone maintenance and repairs.
  • Coordinate online, white and yellow page listings for all locations in San Diego and Imperial Counties.
  • Keep the Executive Director informed of any program related problems, issues, incidents and/or potential legal concerns so that the appropriate action can be taken in a timely manner.  

IT Coordination:

  • In coordination with the Executive Director, ensure timely and effective communication on IT operations, performance, needs and tactical/strategic plans.
  • Communication with IT staff, consultants and providers to resolve service issues.
  • Ensure maintenance of service records issues.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Track CDBG and FACC funds (along with Business Office).
  • Verify and coordinate quarterly sidewalk cleaning of locations if necessary to maintain location.

Support of Agency Mission and Operations:

  • Represent Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego in a positive and professional manner in meetings, community events, and conferences.
  • Collaborates and communicates with all Catholic Charities staff, board members, and donors to remain consistent in policies and procedures regarding homeless. 
  • Adheres to all agency policies and procedures.

Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university in Business Administration; or five years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
  • Experience in facility and/ or operations management. 
  • Excellent organizational skills. Computer experience in Microsoft Office Software Suite.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, policy and procedure manuals, contracts and leases, and building permits or other permit applications.  
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.  
  • Ability to speak effectively before the public or employees of the agency.
  • Ability to compile and maintain departmental budget.

Certificates, Licenses and Registrations:

  • Valid California Drivers License and current automobile insurance in compliance with agency requirements.

Physical Demands:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.  The employee is occasionally required to stand, reach with hands and arms, and climb or balance. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and depth perception. Must be able to travel to various locations in San Diego and Imperial Counties to support the programs of the agency. 

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  ccdsd.org

POSITION TITLE: Controller

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

FLSA STATUS: Exempt

HOURS: 40 + hours per week 

SALARY: $ 80,000 - $95,000

 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of San Diego has served the poor and vulnerable in Southern California since 1919. Across two counties, San Diego and Imperial, Catholic Charities reflects the cultural diversity that is consistent with a border diocese. Rooted in the Gospel values of mercy and justice, the agency responds to diverse needs and is an effective advocate for the poor and marginalized.

Position Description:

The Controller supports the Executive Director in the execution of the mission, strategic plans, operations, policies and procedures.  The Controller manages and directs the overall business operations to include financial reporting, control of assets, compliance with government regulations, budgeting, and the management of contracts.   

Responsibilities:

  • Directly supervises 3 accounting staff team members in the areas of accounts payable, contract bookkeeping, accounts receivable and payroll. Indirect supervision on 5 other accounting team members.
  • Directs day-to-day accounting operations and cash management. 
  • Maintains accounting records for compliance with all contracts.
  • Responsible for the timely execution of the monthly accounting cycle including contract billings, account and bank reconciliations and month-end close. 
  • Review, update and create fiscal policies and procedures and continuous review of the internal controls for ongoing improvement. 
  • Responsible for the annual budget planning process. 
  • Reports to the Executive Director the ongoing fiscal performance against organizational objectives, identify problems, and proposes appropriate corrective action to ensure that fiscal targets will be obtained.
  • Prepare financial statements for the management team, the finance committee and the board of directors.  
  • Manage all federal, state, county and city governmental grant contracts including all fiscal reporting, contract reviews, and agreement renewals to ensure accuracy and compliance with funding guidelines. 
  • Responsible for preparation of annual financial and federal single audits, internal and external audits by city, county, and federal entities and annual indirect rate proposal. 
  • Prepare and file government forms including welfare exemptions, business property statements, data collection, business licenses, sales tax, state and federal tax returns. 
  • Oversee payroll functions including review of time tracking requirements for grant contract compliance. 
  • Select, lead, and motivate staff to further their development and effectively utilize their capabilities. Includes team building, staffing, training, performance management, and salary administration.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in finance or accounting.
  • Desired: Certified Public Accountant
  • Minimum 6 years’ experience in non-profit sector, as well as grants and contract management.
  • Minimum 4 years in a supervisory role.
  • Excellent computer skills utilizing Microsoft Office Software. 
  • Desired: Experience with Blackbaud Financial Edge accounting software.
  • Must embrace fully the Mission of Catholic Charities.
  • Ability to motivate, inspire and instill confidence in others. 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills. 
  • Good facilitation uses of technology to communicate ideas and strategy.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational skills, planning, evaluation and data analysis.
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills to develop and maintain positive relationships with board, management, staff, donors, clients and colleagues.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: 

Valid California Driver’s License and current automobile insurance in compliance with Agency requirements. This position is subject to background checks including FBI, Department of Justice, and those required by Federal contracts.

Physical Demands:

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  ccdsd.org.

POSITION TITLE:     Removal Defense Attorney
DEPARTMENT:     Immigrant Services
REPORTS TO:     Department Director
FLSA STATUS:     Exempt
HOURS:  40 hours per week, some weekends and evenings 
DATE:     November 11, 2010
REVISED:     December 8, 2017

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Provides professional guidance to program staff who handle routine and moderately complex cases for low and moderate-income groups of any religious persuasion. Conducts legal assessment and review of complex cases to determine eligibility for immigration benefits and need for referral to other legal providers. Provides consultation and completes applications in selected cases. 

AGENCY CULTURE:  

The business and social environment in which our Agency operates is continuously changing. To thrive, we much incorporate new ways of thinking and embrace new practices. As part of this cultural change process, it is critical that all employees of Catholic Charities aspire to the following:

A commitment to the agency’s mission, vision, and values (“We Do the Right Thing”)
A commitment to excellence in everything we do (“We Do Things Right”)
A commitment to achieving desired outcomes and measured results (Everything Matters”)
A commitment to innovation and to what is possible (“Creativity and Generativity”)

ESSENTIAL FUCTIONS:

Legal Representation:

  • Conduct legal consultations and determine eligibility for immigration benefits. Prepare and file cases for individuals in removal proceedings, both in the detained and non-detained context. Representation will be provided in both San Diego and Imperial counties. 
  • Represent clients in proceedings before EOIR with the following: custody redetermination hearings, defensive asylum, withholding of removal, Convention Against Torture, non-LPR and LPR cancellation of removal, waivers, complex family-based adjustment of status, and appeals to the BIA.
  • Ability to draft declarations, legal briefs, motions and pleadings. 

Staff Development and Trainings:

  • Responsible for developing and conducting legal trainings for staff as needed. This includes updating the training manual, identifying key training topics, and preparing new staff for accreditation. 
  • Maintain case managers and Director informed of changes to immigration law and/or DHS policies that impact the clients that we serve.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Assist the Department Director to carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the agency’s policies and applicable laws. 
  • Provide supervision to fully accredited case managers including but not limited to reviewing cases to be filed, assisting with drafting of briefs, motions and pleadings.
  • Organize and lead weekly case reviews with all staff involved in removal defense program.
  • Additional responsibilities may include interviewing and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Community Engagement:

  • Respond to and attend meetings, briefings, CBO meetings, and related professional activities, which will assist the Agency in maintaining high standards and an exemplary reputation in the immigration field.
  • Travel as needed and directed to any of the Agency sites, to detention facilities or courts as required.

Program Development:

  • Coordinate with the Department Director on planned levels of case management and case priorities, on travel to the various office sites, on staff training needs and dates, and on upgrades required by the offices to manage clientele numbers.
  • Assist as directed in any of the myriad activities required to balance workload priorities, grant-based goals, in-service training and handling of resources so as to ensure maximum productivity and fiscal solvency for Immigrant Services.
  • Assist department administration in the development and expansion of its immigration services and resources.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: 

  • Jurisprudence Degree plus 3-5 years related experience in immigration removal defense.
  • License to practice law in State of California. Must be in good standing. 
  • 3-5 years’ experience in providing services to low-income, underserved communities.
  • Ability to counsel clients regarding immigration law, procedures, forms, and eligibility.
  • Ability to represent clients before USCIS and Immigration Court.
  • Ability to provide training to staff regarding immigration law, procedures, forms, eligibility   criteria.
  • Must possess strong legal research and writing skills.
  • Familiarity of local DHS and EOIR offices and procedures preferred. 
  • Bilingual English/ Spanish.

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: 

  • Collect, receipt and transmit, according to agency policies, any fees for services rendered.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: 

  • Valid California Drivers License and current automobile insurance in compliance with Agency requirements.
  • Member of the Bar Association, preferably California.
  • Access to and admission in Federal Court. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.  The employee is occasionally required to walk and climb or balance.  The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Must be able to travel to various locations to support the needs of the program.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Catholic Charities reserves the right to revise job descriptions as the need arises. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment

Please send cover letter and resume to:  www.resumes@ccdsd.org

POSITION TITLE:                 Director of Housing Services

TIME COMITMENT:             Full-time (40+ hours/ week); occasional travel, some weekend and evening work

SALARY:                               Depending on Experience

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The Director of Housing Services is responsible for leading and supporting Catholic Charities’ continuum of supportive housing services including: 3 Homeless Shelters, Transitional Housing, Rapid Re-Housing, 4 Independent Living Facilities and Case Management.  The scope of activities for the position includes: staffing, planning, advocacy, contract compliance, resource development, and community liaison.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION

  • Create a solid vision for the department and its services together with the Executive Director
  • Supervise, lead, mentor and evaluate 6-8 program managers in the following housing service areas: shelters, rapid rehousing, case management, independent living and supportive services
  • Implement best-practice policies and procedures to promote positive outcomes for participants in relationship to shelter and housing services
  • Ensure full compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, standards and contract requirements
  • Serve as liaison for agency with funders, government agencies and provider networks, especially the Continuum of Care (CoC) and Regional Task Force on the Homeless (RTFH)
  • Establish an effective system of client and program data collection, storage, retrieval and reporting
  • Establish a quality assurance system, including staff training and program review

FINANCIAL DUTIES

  • Identify, pursue and secure public and private funding for programs
  • Guide and assist program managers to prepare, monitor and adjust program budgets
  • Approve check requests submitted by Program Managers
  • Assure compliance with all financial requirements of contracts
  • Assure staff compliance with agency fiscal policies and procedures

MISSION

  • Represent Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego in a positive and professional manner in meetings, community events, and conferences
  • Advocate regarding the homeless with Catholic Charities staff, board of directors, donors and community members  
  • Articulate and demonstrate the agency’s vision, mission and identity statements with staff, co-workers, colleagues and clients

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s degree preferred) in social work, non-profit administration, housing or a related field
  • Minimum 5 years of senior-level nonprofit management experience demonstrating progressive management responsibility for multiple supportive housing or similar human services programs serving vulnerable populations
  • Proven knowledge of San Diego County human services/ homelessness/ affordable and supportive housing requirements
  • Able to develop and implement long-range financial and capacity planning for housing programs and agency growth
  • Must fully embrace the Vision, Mission, Identity and Culture of Catholic Charities
  • Commitment to serving the needs of the homeless and those needing housing
  • Must have natural leadership skills, as well as expert communication skills
  • Exceptional analytic and writing skills, including public presentation skills
  • Proven ability to negotiate and manage budgets for multiple programs including diverse county and federal funding streams

Please submit cover letter and resume to:  Resumes@ccdsd.org